Help EmployeeScreenIQ with its 6th annual Employment Background Screening Survey

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EmployeeScreenIQ is conducting its 6th annual Employment Background Screening Survey. According to the company: In its 2015 survey, EmployeeScreenIQ again sets out to capture the various influences on employers'' hiring practices and how they respond when adverse information is revealed. Every now again I get to do something nice for people I like. Today is one of those days.

The Hot Potatoes Of Social Screening

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And, because of the industry I’m in and the perspective I usually take, I imagined if I were an employer looking at public candidate profiles across social and professional networks as part of my pre-employment screening process, finding these horrible hot potatoes along the way. I mean, where’s usually the first place most sourcers, recruiters, HR folks and hiring managers go today when screening a candidate? “The vacant laugh. Of true insanity. Dressed up in the mask of tragedy.

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Dos & Don’ts of Screening Your Candidates Online

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Should employers use social media to screen candidates? A significant portion of employers do use social media but not for screening job candidates. Far fewer employers — just 20 percent — use social sites or online search engines to screen job candidates. Do create a written policy for using social media in the background screening process. The post Dos & Don’ts of Screening Your Candidates Online appeared first on TalentCulture.

The Prevalence and the Practice of Social Media Screening—The Dos and Don’ts

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Today, Morris, who is president of EmployeeScreenIQ of Cleveland, Ohio, reveals his tips for social media screening. Does your organization conduct online media searches as a means of screening candidates in the hiring process? According to EmployeeScreenIQ’s Survey, about 63% of organizations do not; about 30% do the searches internally; and about 7.5% Morris points out four main legal concerns when dealing with social media screening of candidates: Privacy.

#TChat Preview: Legally Leverage Social Media In Recruitment

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Where’s the first place most recruiters go today when screening a candidate? Grossman as we learn about how to legally leverage social media in the recruitment process with this week’s guests: Jason Morris , Co-Founder, COO and President of EmployeeScreenIQ; and Nick Fishman , Co-Founder, EVP and CMO of EmployeeScreenIQ. Q2: What course of action can be taken when finding criminal / inappropriate online activity when screening candidates?

#TChat Recap: Leveraging Social Recruiting Legally

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Finding talent is a tough business, but screening candidates becomes too delicate of a process to simply let content on a candidate’s social profile affect their candidacy. This week, our community was joined by: Jason Morris , Co-Founder, COO and President of EmployeeScreenIQ; and Nick Fishman , Co-Founder, EVP and CMO of EmployeeScreenIQ. Both specialize in helping organizations screen talent efficiently. What does social media screening teach us?

Credentials? Sure, I Have Three Degrees (Wink, Wink)

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Morris, who is president of EmployeeScreenIQ in Cleveland, Ohio, started his discussion of background checking with a review of his degrees. In tomorrow’s Advisor , Morris’ take on who is doing social media screening and where they do it. Recruiters beware! Expert Jason Morris explains that it can be difficult to tell a genuine degree from one straight out of a diploma mill.

#TChat Recap: Mending Employee And Employer Relations

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We’ll be discussing Using Social Media to Recruit, Screen and Assess, Legally during our Social Hour on #TChat with our guest hosts: Nick Fishman , Chief Marketing Officer, EmployeeScreenIQ, and Jason Morris , Founder, EmployeeScreenIQ. View this week’s BlogTalkRadio preview: Using Social Media to Recruit, Screen and Assess, Legally. Mending Employee And Employer Relations.

Your Job Candidate Has Criminal Record? Don’t Panic.

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In fact, there are five key steps that will help you determine whether or not your candidate should be disqualified and, at the same time, how you can stay compliant with state and federal screening laws. Many companies have adopted background screening policies that define the types of crimes that may disqualify candidates from certain positions.There is no set formula for creating a hiring matrix.

WIRTW #348 (the “blackheart” edition)

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via The Emplawyerologist Social Media & Workplace Technology Instagram is now bigger than Twitter — via The Verge Lawyers Left to their Own Devices — via Clio HR & Employee Relations Man has 8 minutes to convince prostitutes to quit in new reality show — via Entertainment Weekly’s Ausiello Files FTC and EEOC Publish Background Check Guide for Job Applicants — via EmployeeScreenIQ Blog Why would I want to offer a severance benefit to a terminated employee? —